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Daitcher said: Question is attached Click to expand... 1. Look up triangle area formulas. 2. Pick one that makes sense for your problem. 3. Assign a variable to the top angle. 4. Express values required by the area formula using givens and the angle variable and plug them into the formula. 5. Now you have the area expressed as a function of the top angle. Find its minimum.
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